We chat with Gina Ciancio, Interior Designer, who recently renovated a clients house. Gina gives great insight into the process and may just give you a tip or two.
Tell us a little bit about yourself as a designer.
What type of home did you renovate – describe the style/design?
What made your clients what to renovate their home?
Tell us about the planning process, about choosing your trades, and how you went about it?
What were the ‘must-haves’ for the renovation?
What lesson(s) have you learnt while renovating?
What’s your favourite room in the renovation and why?
When did you contact us during the process and what benefits did dc+b provide?
Was it beneficial to visit dc+b in-store?
How did you find the design, measure + install service?
What products did you choose from dc+b?
How did our products transform the home?
Did you originally know what you were after in terms of window coverings or were you seeking our advice?
When it comes to designing a home, what does your design process look like?
What are your top 3 design/style tips for renovating a house?
You’re given a limited renovation budget; how would you spend it wisely to transform a home?
What are the 3 most important things that make your home feel like a home?
A sense of warmth which can be achieved with the right colour scheme, soft furnishings and styling. Personality. And good energy.
What qualities do you look for when choosing material, furniture and accessories in your designs?
Are you a Curtains, Blinds or Shutters person?
Can I be all three? I don’t discriminate.
Some people find it difficult to decide what to do with their windows. Any tips?
How do you find inspiration?
What’s on your interiors wish list right now?
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